Monthly Archives: August 2010

It’s still “Dump John McCain”

I got a final e-mail today from the JD Hayworth campaign. He waged a good fight, and I wish he had been a stronger candidate. I’m not going to give up, though, on the “dump John McCain” theme. I’ve heard … Continue reading

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Character Matters

I cast my vote at 6:30 this morning at my local polling place for JD Hayworth. I’m fairly confident, though, that he won’t win. McCain is just too good at this campaigning business. McCain’s┬áslogan, “Character Matters,” is really effective. When … Continue reading

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New McCain Ad – Just A Little Lie to Help the Cause

I just heard the audio version McCain’s new anti-Hayworth ad on the radio at work, trying to tie Hayworth to sleazy lobbyist Jack Abramoff. The ad implies that Hayworth, unlike all the other public officials who had accepted contributions from … Continue reading

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John McCain and the Tea Parties

I just read a post on the Gilbert Watch blog, John McCain uses Tea Parties to mislead the public. It sounds like typical John McCain. As a member of the Mountain View Tea Party, let me speak out once again … Continue reading

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Jeff Flake confronts the Tea Party

I went to the Mountain View Tea Party meeting in Mesa Thursday night, where Jeff Flake, Congressman from Arizona’s 6th Congressional District, spoke. He touted his 100% rating from the American Conservative Union, but the crowd was not impressed. They … Continue reading

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Russell Pearce endorses JD

I got an e-mail the other day containing endorsements from Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce. He’s the author of SB 1070. For United States Senate, he endorses JD Hayworth. That says a lot.

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